Film Fest, an annual activity for students, experienced a number of changes this school year as both its date and location were altered. Though typically a fall event held during the final week of classes, the event instead took place in February 2019. Additionally, after three years in the same location, the event moved from the local elementary school in Beaver Falls to an on-campus venue, John White Chapel.Read More
This semester, 24 Geneva students are serving the Beaver Falls community through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. VITA offers students experience with tax processing and practical service for the kingdom of God. “This is how you do kingdom work in business,” Grace Weaver, one of the on-sight student coordinators said.Read More
Toby Shope, a Geneva College graduate intern in the counseling center, is facilitating a weekly “Stress Less” group that meets Mondays 4 - 5 p.m. and is open to all Geneva students.Read More
Geneva College will welcome a new women’s team to their athletic department in the fall of 2019: Women’s Golf. Andrew Fee, the director of athletic operations and the associate head softball coach, has assumed the role of head coach.
About February of 2017, I was looking around Beaver Falls for houses to rent, as I would be living off-campus and commuting during my junior and senior years to lessen the cost associated with room & board.
Pornography is no small issue in our society. Though some may find it overwhelming to fight against something so deeply rooted in modern culture, junior engineering student, Jake Dykes, has already made an impact on his fellow students by publicly taking a stand against it.
The Women’s Rugby Team is returning to Geneva after being defunct for several years. Sarah Erney, a junior English and writing major, is preparing to resurrect the female branch of the sport.Read More
Geneva College’s mathematics professor Dr. Phil Holladay called his recovery from dual heart attacks this January “a miracle.” After the scare of experiencing one heart attack on Jan. 21 and the other on Jan. 23, Dr. Holladay was glad to come to a full recovery and return to campus on Feb. 11, 2019.Read More
A response to pornography
VITA: “Kingdom work in business”
Fee to coach women’s golf
Holladay recovers from heart attacks
What if I wasn’t white
The Geneva College men’s and women’s track teams return to action for the first time this indoor season on Friday, Dec. 7 when they travel to Youngstown State University to compete in the annual Icebreaker Meet.Read More
Andrew Tyson once jokingly referred to the style of his band, Real Face, as “post-worship.” But any listener of his latest album, “Humanities 103,” will see the movement of an artist who, once jaded by truisms of church culture, has moved into a deeper understanding of faith and life itself.Read More
Body image is still a resilient problem. Despite the widespread rhetoric that “it’s what’s on the inside that counts” (who ever explicitly states the opposite?), despite all the self-help books and the public resistance against contemporary beauty standards, the anxiety and self-hate that results from one’s own body image remains rampant. It is often argued that this is an indication that we ought to love ourselves more, but the problem is more likely caused by an individualistic understanding of the body.Read More
Geneva celebrated togetherness through the music of Fam Fest on Nov. 17. A unique blend of local singer-songwriters and talented main acts filled the lineup for the late-afternoon and evening.Read More
Do we have a listening ear?
While the increasing presence of gun violence in our country is known to all, the reality hit close to home for Geneva when a shooting occurred at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh on Oct. 27, 2018. In response, Geneva’s Criminal Justice Club raised awareness through the creation of a small memorial outside of the Student Center.Read More
The Geneva College men’s and women’s cross country teams competed at DeSales University on Saturday in the Mid-East Regional Championship race. The women finished 24th out of 47 teams, and the men finished 30th out of 52 teams.Read More
Children full of giggles and fun
Line up one by one
To see museums
Both Big and small
With frayed facts
And false founders.Read More
Convergence is a conference that we host each year to discuss issues of diversity. We hope that the conference both educates students and staff while also prompting difficult conversations. We believe that this is part of being members of both a spiritual body and a learning community. Mark Charles, who is half-Navajo and half-Dutch, was the keynote speaker. His work centers on examining the Doctrine of Discovery, particularly how it contributed and justified the abuse and genocide of Native Americans. In addition, he focused on broader structural biases and how they impact the country today.Read More
After 36 years, Geneva College prepares to say goodbye to music department chair and professor Dr. Donald “Coach” Kephart, who will retire at the end of the 2018-19 academic year. The Nov. 10 home football game against Westminster marked Kephart’s last time directing Geneva’s marching band.Read More